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Bonus Episode: The pressures to be a girl boss with Jasmine Dowling

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Bonus Episode: The pressures to be a girl boss with Jasmine Dowling

Your Creative Start

A podcast helping creatives get started and become known for their something.Join host Jaharn Quinn as she chats with other creatives and tackles the topics you want to hear about the most, including why individuality is your best asset, the pressure to be a girl boss, building a community for your business, creating content that sells your brand, creating an influential online presence, marketing your business, building business resilience, the power of community, and lots more. Jaharn also asks her guests to give behind-the-scenes access, including how they really got started, the lessons they’ve learned along the way, as well as wisdom bombs, actionable advice and practical tips to help you in your own business and life.

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Thank you so much for joining me this week to celebrate 50 episodes. It's a very special milestone for me, and to celebrate, I am thrilled to welcome Jasmine Dowling back on the show for this surprise bonus episode!For those of you who don’t know Jasmine, she’s a designer from Brisbane, Australia. She kick started her career in 2012 by creating personal design projects and commissioned work for clients. Fast forward to today, and she has made her passion into a full time gig and has worked with the likes of Nike Australia, Hallmark, David Jones, Nespresso, Mecca Brands and lots more. She also has an online store, which she launched in 2014 as a place for her to sell her art print collections. Now her days consist of shooting, styling, coffee, postal runs, ink covered hands, and editing away in her home studio. If you've been listening along since the start, then you'll know Jasmine was my very first guest on the show. I will always remember nervously emailing Jasmine, about two years ago, to see if she would be interested in being on the show. And when she said yes, I couldn't believe it. Especially because my podcast hadn't officially launched. Her support gave me a huge burst in confidence that maybe, just maybe what I wanted to create, would provide an engaging and encouraging platform to help other creatives in their own businesses and lives.And it seems only fitting to have her back on the YCS Podcast to celebrate 50 episodes and to chat about the pressures to be a girl boss. She actually wrote a blog post about this, and it really resonated with me. With social media playing such a prevalent role in how we feel, it's important that we all know we are in this together - no matter what someone’s success is, or "looks like". I think this episode, albeit recorded a couple of months ago, couldn't have come at a better time with Instagram removing like count from the app recently. And as a quick side note: As this episode goes live, you can actually still see like counts on any desktop computer. But enough about that for now.Ever since reading Jasmine's blog post, I’ve had so many thoughts whirling around in my mind so I asked her to come back on the show so we can discuss and debate the pressures of being successful and having a successful business. On today’s episode Jasmine and I chat about social media and being the next big thing, "authenticity" becoming a trend, what happens when being a Girl Boss makes the rest of us feel like failures, building a successful business and the stereotypes that come with this, defining your own success, learning to feel and know that what you’re doing is enough, things that don’t make us feel successful, why we love working for ourselves, the pressures of success and becoming of age, and as always - lots, lots moreI really hope you guys enjoy this episode, because it holds a very special place in my heart. As always, you can except lots of wisdom bombs, actionable tips and practical advice, so I advise you get your pen and notebook at the ready. FIND JASMINE DOWLINGJasmine Dowling www.jasminedowling.comInstagram www.instagram.com/jasminedowlingFIND YOUR CREATIVE STARTYour Creative Start www.yourcreativestart.comInstagram www.instagram.com/yourcreativestartPinterest www.pinterest.com/yourcreativestartSoundcloud www

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